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Cricket coaching tips give direction to help you achieve your cricket goals. They point the way, they help you correct your way or re-affirm that you are going in the right direction.
You are on your cricket journey, whether it is in India, Australia, South Africa, New Zealand, West Indies, Pakistan, England, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Ireland, Zimbabwe, Afghanistan or any of the other cricket playing countries around the world.
Your cricket goal and destination is to become the best player you can be.
You want to make this journey as smooth and effortless as possible, you are realistic though, and know that you are going to have to work and expend energy to get there.
You may be looking for cricket coaching tips on batting, or tips on fielding, bowling or wicketkeeping. Whatever is your specific goal, they are there to help you, to shorten the journey and to get you back on track if you take a wrong turn.
You may hit some potholes or there are problems with traffic, the cricket tips correct direction and give a better path.
To achieve your cricket goals it is important to choose them carefully, be specific about what you want and keep your focus.
When we are off track we need to know it and make adjustments to get back onto our path of goal achievement.
That’s what makes Cricketlab special, you will get the cricket coaching tips that I have collected over twenty years of working with the best players, from international to first class cricket.
Not only working with great test players, but also observing and studying the finest players of the last thirty years and beyond.
Repetition is the Mother of Learning
Sometimes the cricket coaching tip helps us with a small issue and we only need to make minor adjustments with our game and that gets us playing well again. That is not about lots of practice, that is about a small change of focus that redirects us back to our goal with positive intent.
I have kept notes from every season for the last twenty years, of practices and of matches, from Test cricket to T20 Cricket and I have seen virtually every mistake a player can make in practice and in games.